NUTELLA PIZZA AND OTHER CRIMES AGAINST GOOD TASTE IN WESTON-SUPER-MARE

Gorgeous, isn’t it ? That rock in the distance, just to the left of the Grand Pier, houses the GBG’s annual “secret entry” that is only revealed to tickers when they’ve completed 90% of the Guide. You have to walk out to it at low tide. Weston’s second new tick is yards from the Tap’n’Fork,… Continue reading NUTELLA PIZZA AND OTHER CRIMES AGAINST GOOD TASTE IN WESTON-SUPER-MARE

WESTON BLACK CATS AND CULLOMPTON BLOWOUTS

18th January 2020 I’ve been uncharacteristically generous to my Sis on this trip, you might think, given the tiny lanes she directed me down in Cornwall (“Only following orders !”). But her pubby observations are highly valued, she doesn’t chat about the Love Island twins from Waterbeach, and when we had a tyre blow out… Continue reading WESTON BLACK CATS AND CULLOMPTON BLOWOUTS

THE BEERY MISEDUCATION OF LAWRENCE HILL*

A last post from the South West for a month or so.  After this week I’ve nearly finished the many Bristol Guide pubs, so time to concentrate on Cheltenham next. On our way back from Falmouth, we stopped at Weston-Super-Mare, where I gave my Mum and Dad a brief tutorial on the works of Banksy. … Continue reading THE BEERY MISEDUCATION OF LAWRENCE HILL*

OUTSTANDING BEAUTY IN THE WESTERN MENDIPS

Weston Super Mare is an average seaside town, and I don’t just say that because I missed out on Dismaland tickets.  It’s a bit like Great Yarmouth without the Dickensian bits, and the pubs are pretty much what you’d expect (great Spoons apart). That’s what I thought last night anyway. This morning it took on… Continue reading OUTSTANDING BEAUTY IN THE WESTERN MENDIPS